Grilled vegetables with homegrown mint.
Here at BBQ Tips, we don’t think there’s anything better than some barbecue grilled vegetables! Name us a meal that vegetables don’t go with…We’ll wait…Nope exactly!
They go with everything!
The key to creating the perfect barbecued vegetables is in the seasoning, and this recipe delivers with that! Seasoned with salt, pepper, olive oil, lime juice and fresh homegrown mint; This grilled vegetable dish has a wonderful flavour that tantalizes the taste buds!
Whether you are looking for a tasty side dish or a meat-free alternative main that’s still delicious and filling, this recipe has you covered with the versatility to be both! It’s super easy to make too, making it the perfect meal to get the kids involved with. Hopefully, it’ll get them eating more vegetables too!
You can even change up the vegetables you use but we really did love the taste coming from these veggies especially straight off the grill, the asparagus was our personal favourite!
The more you eat these veggies then the more likely you’ll be open to eating more less usual vegetables, expand those pallets of yours and really appreciate the taste and importance of healthy and freshly grown products that you can produce just from your back garden!
8 stalks of Asparagus
A punnet of cherry tomatoes
3 Peppers (Red, green & yellow!)
Chopped fresh mint (ours was homegrown, but if you don’t have access to any some fresh mint purchased from the supermarket will do just fine).
Prep time: 5-10 mins
Cook time:5-10 mins
Difficulty level: 2/10
- Firstly make sure you have a sharp enough knife to cut through the aubergine, courgette and peppers.
- Slice the vegetables into thin pieces. This is so when they are on the grill they take less time, and they will be crispier!
- Plate up your asparagus and cherry tomatoes ready to go on the grill with the others.
- When on the grill, pick your homegrown mint and finely chop it so that it can be sprinkled over the top.
- Carefully, take off the vegetables from the grill and place them on a fresh chopping board.
- Season with some salt and pepper- if you have it, try to use flaky sea salt.
- Lightly drizzle some olive oil.
- Sprinkle your mint on top.
- Squeeze the lime to drizzle some lime juice over the top.
- Dish out as you choose and enjoy!
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